ICYMI: Good Managers Know When to Fire People
JULY 14, 2021
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Firing someone is never an easy thing to do (and shouldn't be), but it's an important skill set to have if you want to maintain a positive and productive workplace. Here, Suzanne Lucas offers advice for when — and why — firing someone is the right choice, and how to do it with compassion.
Happy employees are better employees, but are modern perks such as free lunch and unlimited vacation the secret to satisfaction on the job? Our latest infographic dives into the most influential factors behind employee happiness.
Just as a great resume speaks directly to a hiring manager's needs and shares a unique story, a great job posting should speak to the needs of your ideal candidate and offer a narrative for his or her "character." Lynda Spiegel walks through how to tell a story with your job posts.
When a caterpillar enters its cocoon, is it becoming a better caterpillar or a new insect entirely? There is a difference between changing something and transforming something altogether, and understanding the distinction allows you to utilize each process appropriately to achieve your required outcome.
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